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The first thing I want to say is this not everyone is an avid reader. If you have not picked up a book for a while because you dont think you are a reader perhaps it is time to give it another go. There are also some whom I have met who consider it to be swotty or too studious.
Holidays. For many the word conjures up images of rest and relaxation. Not so the poor person responsible for managing annual leave, frantically chasing to ensure policies are adhered to and entitlements taken. But possibly the worst job of all is handling holiday clashes.
Here¡¯s a look at the importance of HR management solutions for performance reviews. Please keep in mind that it doesn¡¯t matter which industry your company operates within, performance reviews are still critically important. – See more at: http://www.mjms.net/blog/how-sugar-coating-performance-reviews-can-backfire-on-small-business/sthash.Oc7h9Fzg.dpuf
Maybe you¡¯ve fantasized about quitting, but you¡¯re not ready to give up your steady paycheck, 401k, or insurance?
At the same time, several companies (mainly in the technology sector) have upped their game in the race to acquire top¡ªand specifically, female¡ªtalent, engaging in fierce competition. Consequently, there has been an increase in female-focused perks
Now that Millennials, the children of the Baby Boomer generation, are entering the workforce in staggering numbers, companies are scrambling to understand how to attract, recruit, and retain them. By 2020, 46 percent of the workforce will be comprised of Millennials, so knowledge on how to please them is critical.
When it comes to navigating the workplace in 2016, the news is, well, pretty positive. Employers will award slightly bigger raises, recruit more aggressively and warm up to flexible work environments, experts say.
Employers and employees want fundamentally different things¡ªnot just out of the workplace but out of their relationship with one another, too. Most management advice tends to downplay those differences rather than bridge them. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
But the thing about saying yes is that its difficult to say no in the future. The choices dont get any easier, either. Once a company knows youll do X, they will ask for X+Y in the future.